How to Use a ProPlugger on Your Lawn (Video) by Grass Daddy

ProPlugger Co - Monday, September 11, 2017

Moving plugs of your Kentucky Bluegrass into areas that have been damaged or had germination problems is a great way to thicken up the entire lawn without having to start from seed. Read More


A (mostly) Native Perennial Plug Planting Twelve Months Later by Jim Anderson

ProPlugger Co - Thursday, July 13, 2017

Last year, I posted about a new perennial plug planting I did in June of 2016. In that post, Planting Plugs is a Cheap and Easy Way to Plant a Landscape, I showed how a 300 sq ft perennial bed could be prepared and planted using less work and money. Read More


Planting Plugs is a Cheap and Easy way to Plant a Landscape by Jim Anderson

ProPlugger Co - Monday, July 03, 2017

Why is planting plugs instead of larger plants in a landscape often a better idea? Let's start planting the landscape design for my backyard and I'll show you. Read More


How To Fill Holes Made With the ProPlugger 5-IN-1 Planting Tool

ProPlugger Co - Saturday, August 02, 2014

When we harvest our lawn plugs for transplanting, we pull the donor plugs in a tight grouping (approx 3" apart) which makes for easy hole filling using the "dump" method.   Read More


How to Get Rid of Wild Onion and Wild Garlic the Organic Way

ProPlugger Co - Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Is this a familiar sight in your yard? Wild onion or wild garlic popping up in your lawn in the winter and early spring? Wild onion, left untreated, can spread and eventually overtake an entire lawn. In fact one of the many aromas of spring is the pungent smell of freshly mowed wild onion!  Read More


Plugging in Sand - A Customer Testimonial

ProPlugger Co - Tuesday, November 19, 2013

I have a house in Waves NC on the Outer Banks, 12 lots back from the oceanfront, so my soil is really just sand.  It has always been a rental property and until I acquired it last Spring, the yard had been pretty much neglected. Until I applied Round Up, I had a sparse stand of centipede grass and other undesirable weeds. Read More


Enjoying the July Garden

ProPlugger Co - Monday, July 29, 2013
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Enjoying the June Garden

ProPlugger Co - Sunday, June 30, 2013
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Enjoying the May Garden

ProPlugger Co - Wednesday, May 22, 2013
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Centipedegrass (with video)

ProPlugger Co - Monday, March 25, 2013

Centipedegrass (Eremochloa ophiuroides) arrived in the U.S. from China in 1916. It is a slow growing grass that creeps along the ground with the aid of above-ground shoots, called stolons. Short, upright stems resemble a centipede, hence the name centipedegrass. Read More